Tag Archives: arctic news

We interrupt this election…

I’m stepping away from the election coverage I’ve been doing over the past month. While such blogs have driven traffic here, I have some opinions about the futility of the election that would probably drive traffic away. Simply put, I don’t expect any presidential candidate to change the issues coming up with climate collapse. And […]

Just to be clear(see ya later)

I’ve taken a step back here–I’m going to be going away for a few days, and I probably won’t be posting again til the 20th. I’ve also got to admit I’ve been drawn into the election (and neglecting other stories of note), especially the Democratic primary. I’m a political junkie of no small level, and […]

October 11 methane plume and dire predictions

Regarding the Malcolm Light prediction I reported¬†about October 3 (if you haven’t read it, it’s here, with an update here). The above series of diagrams (and many more that are¬†relevant to the October 11 date) was just released by the Arctic News Group. Long story short; the above rendering shows a tiny dot where temperatures […]